Iran's Officials Appear To Intimidate Nuclear Inspector [REPORT]Mark Melin
When considering the moves of Iran as well as the often illogical if not volatile factions in the Middle East, think how much better it would be violent international affronts were managed by a computer. The computer might conclude that nuclear war in the region, with Syria and Israel potentially on the front lines, might not be in the best long term interests of anyone in the region. Thus the computer could shut down certain offensive minded programs.
For instance, a computer decision making process might assume . . .
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